Just posting stuff that I like :D

 

collectiveassbutts:

itscarororo:

redplebeian:

kropotkink:

levon76:

Remember this.  It is important.

Also remember he doesn’t have an issue with putting weapons of war on the streets of other countries.

While we were sleeping, the police state came to America and made itself comfortable

Hi. Excuse me. 

While I’m sure this has already been corrected in other posts, I’d like to say a few words.

These pictures are from when the Boston Marathon bomber was in a Watertown neighborhood.  Specifically, mine.  I took pictures identical to it out my bedroom window while this was happening.  SWAT was there protecting us because there was a literal mass-murdered hiding in our neighborhood, equipped with bombs and other weapons.  It was the most terrifying 24 hours of my life so far and while I don’t like to relive it, I did feel safer knowing the police and SWAT was doing everything they could to protect my neighbors, my friends and I.  

The officers I spoke to were polite and unobtrusive.  They even got groceries for some families who had small children while we were in lockdown.  They were organized and professional.  I am extremely grateful for their service.

These are NOT pictures of a police state. 

Please do a little research before making a post like this.

get wrecked you paranoid little shits

mister-smalls:

nylooms:

tupacabra:

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it’s a metaphor

The best part is that the crab is the symbol for the zodiac sign Cancer, so in a way even the crab itself is a metaphor

The Fault in our (Lob)Stars

Anonymous asked
do you know anything about biology? the words 'male' and 'female' literally mean you have either a penis or a vagina respectively. this has nothing to do with the words woman or man. anyone with a vagina is female, regardless of gender. same with males.

rapeculturerealities:

Ok, so… this isn’t what this blog is about but since you brought it here we’ll go ahead and go there but for anyone who decides they need to respond this will be my only word on the subject, any future asks on the subject will be ignored.

In short you are wrong.  The two sex binary is a flawed social construct that literally has no basis in reality whatsoever.  Some form if intersex characteristics happen in approximately 2% of all live births in humans.  That’s 2 out of every 100 which in a world with billions of people is a lot of people that don’t fit into either “male” or “female” and that obviously doesn’t include trans* people which makes the statistics higher.  And that also doesn’t include the people who aren’t technically intersex but also don’t fully fit the biological construct of what a male or female “should” be which is far far more people that you realize or most medical doctors willing to admit.

In our society sexing is based on 5 criteria:

  • genes - XX or XY chromosomes with variations happening for XO, XXY, and XXX
  • gonads - ovaries or testes except that people with vaginas can have testes, people with penises can have ovaries, and people can be born with both ovaries and testes
  • genitalia - a penis or a vagina except that people can be born with both and men can have vaginas and women can have penises 
  • secondary sex characteristics - in theory men are supposed to have large amounts of thick, coarse body hair, a low waist/hip ratio, broad shoulders, undeveloped breasts, and deep voices while women are supposed to have small amounts of fine, light colored, soft body hair, a high waist/hip ratio, petite shoulders, developed breasts, and high voices except that in real life it’s entirely possible for people to have combination of those characteristics or for men to have “feminine” secondary sex characteristics and women to have “masculine” secondary sex characteristics
  • hormone patterns - in theory men are supposed to be high testosterone and low estrogen and women are supposed to have high estrogen and low testosterone but in reality there is far far more variation within “each” sex than between “each” sex including women having “masculine” hormone patterns and men having “feminine” hormone patterns all without those people having any sort of “disease” or “disorder” or anything being wrong with them at all.  

Once we take into account all 5 of those criteria an actual majority of people don’t line up with either male or female in all 5 areas which means it’s not possible to classify most people along the strict binary the way people like you would like to.  So, sure, there are things in this world that qualify as technically male or technically female but the idea that there’s some sort of scientific basis for a strict binary where there are only ever two options and people are only ever male or female is laughable.  It’s utter bullshit and trying to force people into those boxes when they don’t fit does a hell of a lot more harm than good.  Nothing positive comes from that kind of bigotry while actually being willing to accept people as they are or as they choose to identify has legitimately positive outcomes in the world.  

The main source material for all of this comes from Anne Fausto-Sterling’s book Sexing the Body.  She’s got a Ph.D. in biology so I’m pretty sure she knows what she’s talking about and I’m willing to bet she knows a hell of a lot more about this stuff than you do, dear anon.  Try educating yourself instead of pretending that you’re an expert because you spent a few weeks learning the bare minimum of this material in high school at some point in your life.

Feel free to ask

January: sexuality/preferences

February: city/state

March: favourite colour

April: favourite hair colour & favourite eye colour

May: favourite manga & favourite anime

June: favourite book

July: favourite song/band

August: crush names

September: instruments I play/ want to play

October: favourite game

November: if I changed my name, what would it be

December: random fact about me :)